n-Dimensional Bloch Classes
In this paper we give a new generalization for the unit ball in ℝn, of Bloch space. We justify our definition by showing the connection between our proposal with the analytic, quaternionic and monogenic cases.
KeywordsSubharmonic function Bloch and Qp classes
Mathematics Subject Classification (2000)Primary 30G35 Secondary 30C45
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